Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Daily Shorty 3/11/2014

Your Financial Decline Will Not Elevate the Impoverished

Think about what the economy was like on this earth a few hundred years ago.
What has changed? Have more resources been trucked in from other planets?
Or have there not been more people, over more time, who just identified more things
that they desire and the Non-Physical Energy, which is endless and infinite, supplied that?
We never hear any of you say, “Well, I’ve been well for so many years that
I’ve decided that I’m going to be sick for a while to allow some other people to be well,”
because you know that whether you are well or not does not have anything to do with others
not getting enough wellness. You are not using up the wellness and depriving them of it.
And it is the same thing with the abundance. People who have managed to find
vibrational harmony with abundance—so that it is flowing to them and through them—
are not depriving anyone else of that abundance.

You cannot get poor enough to help the impoverished
people thrive. It is only in your thriving that you have anything to offer anyone.
If you want to be of help to others, be as tapped in, tuned in, and turned on as you can possibly be.
Feel appreciation for those who provide examples of well-being.
How would you know that prosperity was possible if there was not some evidence of it around you?
It is all part of the contrast that helps you sharpen your desire.
Money is not the root of happiness, but it is not the root of evil either.
Money is the result of how somebody lines up Energy. If you do not want money, do not attract it.
But we say to you that your criticism of others who have money holds you in a place
where things you do want, such as wellness, clarity, and Well-Being, cannot come to you either.

If the subject of money makes you uncomfortable when you think about it, it means that there is strong
desire related to it, which means that it really, really, really matters. So finding a way to think about it
and feel good is your work. But it is equally effective to think about anything else and feel good—and let
it in. You do not have to think about money in order to let in money.
You just cannot think about lack of money and let in money.


“I think the key indicator for wealth is not good grades, work ethic, or IQ. I believe it's relationships. Ask yourself two questions: How many people do I know, and how much ransom money could I get for each one?”   Jarod Kintz

[talk below starts at around 04:00]